LIEU : Schönbrunn Palace, Vienna, Austria, December 4 – 05, 2015
DEADLINE : 29 juin 2015
The 2nd international workshop within the framework of the FWF-research
project “Asian interior decoration in Schönbrunn Palace” is organized
by the Institute of Conservation,
The Conservation of East Asian Cabinets in Imperial Residences
(1700-1900) – Follow-up of the 2013 Workshop
University of Applied Arts Vienna and Schloss Schönbrunn. The workshop
brings together conservators, conservation scientists and art
historians and aims again to discuss East Asian interior decoration
including porcelain, lacquer and paper objects.
From the Austrian side, results of the research from the last two years
on porcelain, lacquer and paper wares will be presented and discussed
with the conference audience. A guided visit to the East Asian Cabinets
is an integral part of the programme.
Papers to be presented at the conference should focus on the
investigation and conservation of East Asian interiors and their
decoration in imperial residences. Case studies on art historical,
conservation and conservation science issues in these fields are
welcome. Provenance research, especially on objects with Asian origin
and objects manufactured in Europe in the design of East Asian ware, is
Title and abstract (max. 2000 characters) about related topics can be
submitted until 29.06.2015.
Workshop fee is 200 € (students reduced fee of 80 €), lecturers will be
free of charge.
Contact: Martina Haselberger, email@example.com